The Tinder team makes its Passport feature free until April 30, considering its users will want to connect with people abroad during the Corona virus outbreak ! Under normal circumstances, Passport receives payment for people to “shift” in other countries as well. So access is via Tinder Gold and Tinder Plus .
In a note sent to CEO employees by CEO Shar Dubey, he said that he would offer the technology of learning, listening and sharing with those who experienced the same situation in different geographies, during an unprecedented isolation period for the Tinder community. With a passport, users can search by city or mark any place on the map.
On the other hand, another match application, Plenty of Fish , is launching the live streaming feature called Live as a new service. The live streaming feature allows the broadcasting of live broadcasts, as in other social platforms. Users can search for streams near and also leave comments while watching. So users can take advantage of such possibilities to receive private messages. People around the world feel isolated from the outside world because they stay in their homes based on the social distance rule.
Plenty of Fish is an online dating service just like Tinder. Plenty of Fish (PoF), an app from Canada, is very popular in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Brazil, and the United States. The application, which is currently available in 9 languages, is free to download, but in-app purchases are available.